helps diverse groups of people act together to address issues they are frustrated with and passionate to change.
Whether designing a learning journey, managing a project or a project meeting, or facilitating a workshop, LeAnne's focus is on creating the conditions for people to connect in meaningful ways.
She has worked with Reos Partners LLC (and its predecessor company, Generon Consulting) for eight years, contributing to a range of projects using the Change Lab and U-Process methodologies, including a community healthcare initiative in Columbus, Ohio, a Fortune 50 corporate transformation process in Europe, and the global Sustainable Food Lab.
Before joining Reos Partners, LeAnne was vice president and conference director for Pegasus Communications, the premier resource provider in the fields of systems thinking and organizational learning, and spent over ten years designing conferences and gatherings that brought people together using a systems thinking lens to address issues that mattered to their organizations, communities, and the world.
The Pegasus Conference is known for its finely-honed integration of content with design that creates the container in which deep learning can happen.
Prior to Pegasus, LeAnne spent ten years working for Patriots' Trail Girl Scout Council in Boston, Massachusetts, in a variety of management positions.
It has always been important to her
to work with values-based, mission-based organizations, and she
remains committed to helping girls grow into confident, competent and caring young women.
LeAnne teaches in the Meeting and Events Program at Northeastern University and continues to volunteer for Girl Scouts, serving on the Board Nominating and Development Committee.
LeAnne has a bachelor's degree in drama from Kenyon College, Ohio.
lives outside Boston with her